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Playing with vellum

Are you tired of Friends 'Til the End yet?  I'm certainly not...I was playing with vellum the other day and really liked how the lines of these flowers looked on it.  Vellum is tricky, because things smear, and it is difficult to adhere.  I do like it, but I'm a little scared of it.
I masked the flower to stamp the leaves behind.  Yes, I cut that blasted flower out again!  I also used a silver Sakura Stardust pen for the centers.  Click to enlarge for full sparkle effect.  
Paper: PTI White, vellum,  SU Purely Pomegranate 
Ink: PTI Fresh Snow
Stamps: PTI Friends 'Til the End, Everyday Classics (Hooray, it finally came!)
Other: ribbon from Michael's/Offray, SU black eyelets, Sakura Stardust pen-silver, dimensional tape, SU scallop punch
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  1. Very pretty card. Love how you used the vellum!

    So glad you got your anniversary set I got mine too! It is just so wonderful!

  2. Cheryl I LOVE the card.. it is so pretty! It looks great stamped on the vellum!!!

  3. Yay for getting the anniversary set! And yay for Friends Til The End - won't ever get sick of it!! :-D Love the look of it with the vellum!

  4. WOW! I'm really liking the white on the vellum. This flower works GREAT this way! Very nice work!!!

  5. Love the look of the flower on vellum, very pretty card.

  6. Your card turned out so beautifully! I'm a little scared of the vellum, too -- but this makes me want to give it a try.


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